Kanye West Trolled Pete Davidson With A Fake New York Times Headline Announcing His Death

August 8, 2022 / Posted by:

Over the weekend, after nine months of trying to keep up with the Kardashians, Pete Davidson finally got winded and gave up. Possibly due to the fact that his now former girlfriend Kim Kardashian’s increasingly smaller frame ceased to provide the necessary draft to boost and maintain his forward momentum. Pete and Kim ended things amicably and their busy schedules were cited as the primary cause for the split. No harm, no foul, right? Well, think again! While Kim’s prospects of winning the Fat Bottom Girls Invitational this year are looking slimmer than ever before, Pete’s met an even worse fate since the breakup. According to Kanye West, Pete “Skete” Davidson has died at the age of 28. Accordingly, tomorrow’s headline will read Dlisted’s Mieka Has Died of Second Hand Embarrassment at the Age of None of Your Damn Business.

Yes, the nation’s leading 45-year-old Christian genius billionaire celebrated the news of his arch nemesis and his estranged wife’s demise as a couple by posting a fake New York Times broadsheet with the headline “Skete Davidson Dead At Age 28” on his Instagram. It is currently the only post on his Instagram, so he’s obviously feeling very proud of himself. Kanye’s got a PhD in buffoonery from CUCK (Chicago University of Clownery and Kardashian Studies). He’s not about to be out-clowned by some second-rate TV clown like Pete! He just had to get in the last honk-honk-awooga. Page Six reports:

Kanye West is mourning the fake death of his former foe Pete Davidson following the “Saturday Night Live” alum’s breakup from Kim Kardashian.

The Yeezy fashion designer shared a doctored New York Times front page on Instagram early Monday that declared, “SKETE DAVIDSON DEAD AT AGE 28.”

West let the image do the talking by opting not to caption it.

It’s the only post to appear on his account — for now.

Fans will recall that the “Flashing Lights” rapper dubbed Davidson “Skete” throughout his very public but one-sided feud with the comedian.

Kanye also took the opportunity to cream-pie another adversary, Pete’s friend Kid Cudi, by adding a subheadline that reads “Kid Cudi meant to play funeral but fearful of bottle throwers,” in reference to the ones Kanye fans threw at him during his Rolling Loud Miami set back in February. You may have forgotten, but Kanye clearly never will, that Cudi called him a “dinosaur after he posted a handwritten note on Instagram that read “Kudi will not be on Donda because he’s friends with you know who.” A note, I should add, that would have been more appropriately posted on Cudi’s locker for the entire 6th grade class to see at recess. Here’s Kanye’s post.

It’s hard to imagine softer, more non-threatening nemesis to have than Pete. But then again, Kanye never did like to pick on anyone his own size and or/mental maturity level. In fact, I heard he almost got kicked out of CUCK for scrawling “I Am The One Who Honks” in grease paint all over Noodles, the school’s baby elephant mascot, while he was taking his nap. But mark my words, one day Kanye’s going to target the wrong one and wake up with JoJo Siwa’s foot all up in his ass.

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